The social significance of ‘Kita Kita’

By Wilfredo G. Villanueva The movie Kita Kita from Spring Films and Viva Films. A film by Sigrid Andrea P. Bernardo, writer and director. Alessandra de Rossi as Lea. Empoy Marquez as Tonyo. Binibining Joyce Bernal, creative producer and executive producer. Erwin Blanco, producer. Reign Anne L. de Guzman, line producer. Piolo Pascual, executive producer. … Continue reading

The AlDub Phenomenon Revisited

   By Wilfredo G. Villanueva Dear Sir Wilfredo G. Villanueva, I’ve read long ago your take on Aldub Phenomenon entitled “The Social Significance of Aldub” written on September 22, 2015. I am currently doing a study on the impact of the Aldub Phenomenon; An Assessment and I would like to seek your views now about … Continue reading

Member’s Forum Page 2

I’ll add another page when comments get around the 400 mark. Page 1 has some excellent discussion about barangay law enforcement, making salsa, American politics, home gardening and water use, empowering women and even men, inheritance taxes, Mother Teresa and the poor, value development, transportation solutions, using waste and recycled materials for power and other applications, … Continue reading

Member’s Forum Page 1

This is the Society of Honor’s open forum where members may take up such issues as they put on the table. It is self-hosted as JoeAm is likely at the beach, napping, eating or drunk busy thinking. I would request that issues regarding the Duterte government be taken up in a different forum than here. I sponsor the … Continue reading

Now accepting nominations! Category: Best theme song for Philippine governance

w Philippine Music Awards! w Now accepting nominations! Category: Best theme song for Philippine governance First nominee, “Gentle Murders” by Rage     Gentle Murders Artist: Rage Album: Carved In Stone Genre: Rock Dirty is the road to fame Plastered with unlucky victims Deadly if you get the blame focused on you You can play your … Continue reading